This post will explain what a steam canner is, the pieces that come with it, how it saves time, the types of recipes that maximize a steam canner’s efficiency, how much water they use (hardly any!) who a steam canner is best for, and why you’ll want to try one yourself! This post may contain affiliate links. That just means that if you decide to make a purchase through Amazon, I get a teeny, tiny commission that doesn’t affect your total at all. It just helps keep your favorite blogger in business! Steam canners have been around a while, that’s completely true. They only recently have been approved by the USDA, National Center For Home Food Preservation, and studies done by both Utah and Wisconsin Universities tested and proved that they are safe for water bath canning. They are safe for exactly the same recipes as used in “regular” or water bath canning and you can learn to use them if you’re a beginner- as in never boiled a pot of water in your life- Or if you are an experience canner.
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